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Become a Girl Scout

Cookies, campfires, and bracelets are all part of the journey, but changing the world? That’s the real destination! One adventure at a time, Girl Scouts learn, grow, and do amazing things. Unleash your inner leader.

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Introduce girls to awesome new experiences that change their perspectives and broaden their worlds. Be a mentor, a guiding star, a friend. Show them all that they’re capable of, and unleash your inner leader in the process.

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Blog: Along Kentucky's Wilderness Road

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Take the Lead Like a Girl Scout: Recruiting Parents to Help Your Troop

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You know those parents who always step up, lend a hand, and bring the fun to your Girl Scout troop? Wouldn’t it be amazing if more followed their lead and signed up to volunteer?

Girl Scout troop leader Richel Newborg is never short on volunteers, but not because she’s lucky—she puts in the effort to bring them into the fold. After reading her tried-and-true tips on Girl Scouts of Northern California’s blog, The Trailhead, we knew we had to spread her wisdom throughout the Movement. Check out Richel’s advice in her own words below, follow her lead, and watch as your troop gets all the support you could ever need!

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Fifteen Ways to Start the New Year with Service and Community

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It’s the New Year’s resolution to end all New Year’s resolutions, and it’s so, so Girl Scouts! This year, do things a little differently, and resolve to give back to yourself by giving back to others. That’s right. We’re calling for a resolution of service! Because when you help others, you just can’t begin to imagine how much good it actually does for your own soul. It’s really the best kind of win-win.

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Building a Generation of Leaders Through Planned Giving – A Message from Dianne Belk

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We are pleased to bring you this blog post by Dianne Belk, Founding Chair of the Juliette Gordon Low Society.

I’m writing to you from G.I.R.L. 2017—bringing together 10,000 of the brightest, toughest and most capable girls and women in the world! It is inspiring to see a sea of Girl Scout colors representing the future of our Movement and our society.

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